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Rekonstruktion mit Brustimplantaten

  • R. -R. Olbrisch
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Die relative Einfachheit des Verfahrens lässt die Brustrekonstruktion mit Hilfe von Fremdkörpern bzw. Implantaten zur am häufigsten angewandten Methode des Brustwiederaufbaus nach Amputation werden. Die große Vielfalt der Implantate erfordert eine exakte Auswahl bzw. Indikationsstellung. Wegen einer höheren Langzeitkomplikationsrate als bei der Anwendung von körpereigenem Gewebe ist eine umfangreiche Aufklärung Bedingung, um einen stabilen Konsens mit einer gut informierten Patientin zu erreichen.

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  • R. -R. Olbrisch
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  1. 1.Praxis für Ästhetisch-Plastische Chirurgie in der MEOCLINIKBerlin

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